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The scenery is outstanding in this park, which includes numerous waterfalls, three back-country lakes and a river. Wallace Falls drops from a height of 265 feet. The park offers a rock-climbing wall eight miles east near Index.
On Wapato Lake near Manson. Open from May through the second week of October.
The 220-acre city park features camping, a boat launch, and day use picnic sites.
The Arboretum is a hidden gem on the shores of Lake Washington.
The Capitol of Washington was completed in 1928 and is both the Capitol and the Legislative Building.
The Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife is the definitive source for all information about watchable wildlife, hunting, fishing and clamming seasons as well as access to our wild back country.
Located near Cle Elum, the Washington State Horse Park is developing into Washington's premier equestrian facility.
The Washington state park system includes more than 100 developed parks, recreation programs, trails, boating safety and winter recreation.
The Water Resources Education Center lies along the trail, as do the Old Apple Tree, Marine Park, Kaiser Viewing Tower and Shipyards, and Tidewater Cove.
Situated at the edge of town, the park has two personalities. The North Confluence is urban and recreational, while the South Confluence is a wetland natural area. Muskrat and beaver may be seen in the rivers here.
We invite you to experience the convenience of one-stop-shopping, with an unparalleled selection of 240 stores, restaurants, entertainment and grocery in one premier shopping destination.
Downtown Seattle shopping destination. Designer boutiques and Nordstrom's flagship location.
The park offers a panoramic view of the sea. The historic Westport Lighthouse is adjacent to the park. A concrete boardwalk traverses the primary dune, connecting this park with Westhaven State Park, 1.3 miles away.
The biggest concerts play the Northwest's best venue.
Over 15,000 people visit us each year. Some return annually to share stories, see new additions to the garden and get reacquainted with our world.
Grandfather Cuts Loose the Ponies is a sculpture of 15 wild horses.
Wild Horse's solar-power installation, the Northwest's largest, can generate up to 500 kilowatts of electricity. Puget Sound Energy’s Renewable Energy Center offers a first-hand look at how these elements are turned into electricity.
Winthrop is known for the American Old West design of all the buildings in town, making it a popular Washington vacation destination.
The zoo, formed in 1899, is renowned for its naturalistic animal exhibits which incorporate the many elements of nature mimicking the actual habitats of hundreds of animal species around the globe.
Besides our outstanding kite collections, the Museum has extensive archival materials. The American Kite Association has combined their archives with ours.
Wenberg Park has a total of 70 campsites, which includes 29 water and electricity utility sites and three ADA sites. The park also includes a bathhouse, two camp-area comfort stations, two picnic shelters and 465 feet of swim beach.
16-acre wildlife park with wetlands, holly groves, meadows, community garden and trails. Power outlets, water fountain and water hosebib. Historic homestead includes a barn, house and outbuildings.
The western peaks are characterized by high elevation lakes in a forested setting, and the eastern slopes drop to mid-elevation pine forest, alpine peaks, bare ridges, and exposed basalt tables and points.